On Friday 23rd June Scoil Una Naofa celebrated our achievement in receiving our Amber Flag, in a lovely ceremony held in the school. The Amber Flag is in conjunction with Pieta House and is in recognition of our schools efforts
Scoil Una Naofa held our Lá Glas celebration on Thursday 16th March where all our classes did a performance. Please click on the link below to view the videos of each classes performance. Lá Glas – March 2023
Enrolments are now closed for the next school year 2023-2024. Enrolment for Scoil Una Naofa
As part of International Literacy day 2022, Scoil Úna Naofa had a visit from RTE’s News2day where they spoke to children from Ms Fokseang’s 1st class about their favourite books. Click here to see how it went. Highlights of the
We had 2 wonderful Sport’s Days this week. On Monday, Junior & senior Infants and 1st & 2nd Classes went to Pearse Park to Crumlin United Club grounds. We received a very warm welcome there and couldn’t believe the sunny
Most classes have had their School Tours, and everyone enjoyed them!
We love seeing all the flowers on Armagh Road & the school garden. The School Zone looks very well and is helping to keep everyone safe on their way to and from school. Our New Green School committee had their
Tá alán eachtraí ar súil sa scoil anois do Seachtain na Gaeilge, agus tá gach éinne ag baint taitneamh as:- ag úsáid cúpla focail, ag canadh, ealaín, ag damhsa agus ag imirt cluichí as gaeilge. The school is very busy
The Senior Classes will be attending an Internet Safety Workshop in the school during the week. Paula O’ Connor will lead the workshop ‘Don’t Be Mean Behind Your Screens’. Paula will also be presenting the workshop for parents this Thursday,
There’s great excitement in the school today, with everyone dressed up and having a fun time at the outdoor disco! We’re looking forward to seeing all the photos! School closes today for the midterm and opens again on Monday, November
We can’t believe how quickly this term is going by. Outside, the leaves are changing colours, and inside the school, there are some lovely Art & Craft displays showing the colours of autumn & some Hallowe’en scenes too. There will
Welcome back to the new school year to everyone. Everyone has settled in very well, and are happy to meet their friends again. Violin Lessons with Nicole & Pauline will begin for Senior Infants & 1st Classes on Tuesdays from
School Reopens for all pupils on Monday, August 30th. Please check your email for the start & finish times for your child’s class.
Our butterflies have started to hatch. It is very exciting! Everyone had great fun at their Sport’s Days, and around the school.
We’ve come to the end of a very active week in the school with all classes enjoying their Sports Days in the big field behind Scoil Colm. To allow for social distancing, the sport days took part from Monday to
Staff took part in the 100km walking challenge for LauraLynn’s Children’s Hospice during the month of May this year and raised a total of 2,585.00 euro! It is such a worthy cause and everyone enjoyed the challenge of getting out
It’s wonderful to have the good weather here at last. All the classes are getting opportunities to be outside doing their work, sport and enjoying nature! Here are some photos from around the school and our school garden. We were
Here are some more photos of our busy school. The art displays are so bright and colourful!
These have been busy weeks in the school celebrating Active Week and Earth Day, and trying to snatch any sunny moments outside. The Daily Mile was a big hit with all the classes.
Each class will be doing a ‘Travel to School survey’ from the 26th-30th of April. This is also Active Week. In October 2020, every class did the same travel survey, and we found out that 48% of our pupils come
The pupils in Scoil Úna Naofa have been busy in the classrooms and outside enjoying the sunshine, and being active. The days have flown. It’s lovely to see the brighter days and this is reflected in the artwork around the
It has been a lovely week here in the school. It was great to meet our pupils in Early Start, Junior & Senior Infants and 1st & 2nd Classes, and to see their parents and families too. As you can
Dear Parent/Guardian, All the school staff would like to thank you and your children for your continued hard work at home during lockdown. February 15th – 19th, is the school mid-term, and will be a welcome break for everyone. It
We had a huge variety of Science Experiments and Halloween Costumes throughout the school, which brought a great amount of excitement and fun. Our pupils love science projects.
Our school continues to be a busy place. The art displays are becoming wintery and festive, while classes are enjoying Science experiments, Aistear & class projects. Our Fancy Dress Day before Mid-term – Look at some of the incredible costumes!
It’s hard to believe that we have arrived at the Midterm. Every class has been busy. The school has been brightened up with lots of art displays along the corridors and in every classroom. Our Dress Up Day is a
It’s lovely to see the art boards around the school filling up during September. All the displays look amazing – well done everyone. All classes from infants to 4th class are wearing bibs in different colours at yard time. They
Here is our School News after Week 2 of School Re-opening, and our updated School Entry & Exit Times. Parent Update 11.09.20 Timetable_14_09
Well done to everyone after Week 1 of school re-opening. Our pupils have settled in really well. Thank you to our families for helping the school as we get used to our ‘New Normal’, by dropping pupils at the gate,
What perfect weather to be making Homemade Ice-Cream.
The boys and girls in Ms McLean’s Junior Infants have been busy doing their work at home. They have been doing Art, Writing, Dancing and much more. Well done everyone!
Great to see these photographs of these delicious Chocolate Brownies! They look absolutely yummy!!
Ms Hogan’s pupils sent in some photos showing fantastic news writing, Lists of all books being read, and a beautiful May Altar that was made at home too. Wow – such lovely photos and hard work. We also have lovely
Ms. McCormack has some information about an Art Competition you might be interested in. art competition – european day of solidarity between generations Best of Luck!
The children in Ms. O’ Donovan’s Senior Infants had a very important job last week – to name some of their teacher’s new puppies. The children all drew amazing pictures of the pups and wrote names to help their teacher.
We would love to see some of the things you have been doing at home. Some of you have been doing projects about history, geography & science and others have been doing art. Have you been doing some exercise? Send
Once again, we’ve received some lovely photos of your home-baking. These look really delicious – Thank you for sharing them with us.
Last year, we stopped receiving our water in plastic bottles. So we stopped throwing out 400 one use plastic bottles each day. Instead, each pupil received a reusable water bottle. We will be giving out new steel drinking bottles next
All junior pupils do a session of Aistear each day. They play, speak and do activities based on a theme, and build up their vocabulary on the theme. Here are some pictures from our aistear play time in the class
On the week before Christmas, Ms Coady’s Class visited St Jame’s Hospital and Caritas Home, Donnybrook. They were beautifully dressed in their Nativity Costumes. Ms Coady and Joanna Crooks had prepared them, and they sang beautifully with help from Sr